|Item Weight||49 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 12 x 15 inches|
|Item model number||28615|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Drylok Latex Base Masonry Waterproofer Latex Interior/Exterior Smooth Finish White 5 Gl 15 Yr Warran
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- Fully Transferable 15 Year Warranty
- Ideal for interior, exterior, above or below grade masonry walls, basement walls, retaining walls, foundations, landscape walls, cinder blocks, concrete blocks, bare concrete swimming pools, stucco and brick
- Flexible Encapsulated Polymer used for the ultimate in waterproof protection
- Specially formulated to resist mildew growth on the paint film
- 3 hour dry time
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For the most demanding conditions. For above or below grade masonry walls, basement walls, retaining walls, foundations, landscape walls, cinder blocks, concrete blocks, bare concrete swimming pools, stucco and brick. Formulated to resist mildew growth on the paint film. Stops 12 psi. Passes ASTM D-7088 Resistance to Hydrostatic pressure and ASTM D-6904 resistance to wind driven rain. Covers 75 to 125 sq. ft per gallon depending on surface porosity.
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To whom it may concern:
Less than 3 years ago, I “waterproofed” a rental property that I own.
The block walls were pretty dry and they did have some minor efflorescence (a few blocks had some white stains). The walls had never been previously painted.
I used your product in my own home about 10 years ago. At that time I did not “prep” the walls and some of the paint has flaked off. Knowing this I wanted to make sure that I followed the directions as close as possible because I did not want to have any problem or issues again.
I watched a youtube video by your company, I read the brochure and instructions on the can and even went as far as to call you company on at least (3) different occasions to go over my situation. I was told that if there was any efflorescence that I needed to wire brush it and then etch the walls prior to application. I etched every wall not just the ones that had white stains. I was never told that I could possible run into a problem with efflorescence in the future.
Now I have 2 walls that the drylock is peeling and flaking off. They are even in an area that did not have any prior efflorescence I contacted you customer service and the women immediately got defensive and told me that my problem was from efflorescence and there was nothing that could be done and I was out of luck. She asked me if I wanted to speak with someone else at your company. I said yes and she hung up on me. I called back and left a message and no one bothered to return my call.
I now see that your website has been changed and that you basically are now saying that if there is existing efflorescence that you should not go forward. Funny how this was not on your website before and now it is.
Why would I waste my time and money using your product if it will just flake off from efflorescence?
What sense does it make that your product traps the water in the block and dries and then releases minerals that make the paint pop.
I have wasted nearly $500 on you Oil based product and supplies. I spent about 20 hours of my time as well.
I am seeking a full refund of the money I spent and would also like to be compensated for my time.
Women from the company called me back and gave me the same line of BS....said that there competitiors products are any not better,,,,,Then she hung up on me AGAIN!!!
I called back and spoke to another person.....he said the get calls about this all the time.